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India to participate in Cannes ad festival

19-March-2001
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India to participate in Cannes ad festival

The India Entertainment Show organised by Brandwidth Expo, will be held in Mumbai between May 4 and 6, 2001. The Show aims to provide suppliers and producers of the Entertainment industry with a platform to interact with advertisers, sponsors and investors. The show is divided into three broad categories - Entertainment Destinations, Entertainment Content Creators and Entertainment Technology.

For content providers, the show will provide an opportunity to explore new revenues channels, while technology players can meet potential buyers. In terms of attendance at the stalls, Brandwidth Expo is primarily targeting "decision makers at all levels". The exhibition venue, where entry is free, can accommodate about 111 exhibitors and the organisers have also planned a conference where the entry fee has been fixed at Rs 1,100.

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